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The Thai CAAT Wants Thai Airlines To Be Strict About Certificate of Entry

May 12, 2021

In accordance with the Foreign Ministry’s screening guidelines, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has required that all airlines strictly examine the Certificate of Entry (CoE) of all foreign passengers before they arrive in Thailand.
Thailand’s embassy or consulate issues this letter within five days of the visa application to enable passport holders to board a special flight to get back home, a chartered flight, or a semi-commercial flight.
A Thai national returning from Pakistan has been found to have contracted the highly contagious Covid-19 strain circulating in India. He is currently in quarantine. The restriction came after the ministry moved to suspend the issuance of Certifications of Entry to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
The CAAT said airlines that allow foreigners to travel to Thailand without a certificate of entry would be responsible for transporting them back to their countries of origin
A variant from India named B.1.617.1 was first detected in October before spreading to other countries. Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh were among the nations on the subcontinent which have reported the variant.
Several of the same strains have been detected in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, which have all kept foreign arrivals out of Thailand since the beginning of this month.

The Thai Aviation Authority Has New COVID-19 Restrictions On Flights

April 14, 2021

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has announced new restrictions and guidelines due to the third wave of COVID-19 in Thailand. This is the third time CAAT has announced new restrictions since airlines were grounded last year.
Thai airlines must:

  1. Maintain social distancing practices on all passenger services all levels of operations, from check-in to boarding to disembarking
  2. Have passengers wear masks and wash hands
  3. Not serve food and drinks or consumer. Crews can serve water.
  4. Not have newspapers, brochures, or magazines on board
  5. Have the pilots wear masks
  6. Set aside the last 2 rows in case somebody gets sick on flights that are longers than 50 minutes

Recently, the third wave of COVID-19 in Thailand was blamed on entertainment venues. They are considered to be the epicenter. Thong Lor, an area in Bangkok, had been infected with the B!!& variant.
There has been evidence to suggest that the B117 variant strain may be 30% to 100% more deadly than other variant strains. COVID-19 has had 23 mutations so far. A study reported in the Lancet, a British medical journal, indicates that thia B117 COVID-19 strain has a higher transmission and reproductive rate than other strains. However, the strain is not more severe.

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